John Wall is legit
The Washington Wizards were missing Nene, Martell Webster, Trevor Ariza and Bradley Beal, yet still managed to beat the Memphis Grizzlies by 13 points.
John Wall led the way for the severely short-handed team, dropping a career-high 47 points on the opposition. He also added eight assists and seven rebounds.
Ever since returning from his injury, Wall has led the way for the Wizards, who looked miserable for the majority of the season.
In the month of March the Wizards are 8-6. In the 14-game stretch, Wall is putting up 21.8 points, eight assists, 4.5 rebounds and 1.9 steals. He still needs to develop a consistent three-point shot, but his athleticism and talent are unquestionable. If he continues to improve, he would very well achieve a superstar status in the league.
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